I am Yael – noshaholic and enthusiastic home cook.

I love learning about new foods, cooking techniques, and culinary subjects.




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  1. This looks promising! Watching and waiting!
    And my, what a wonderful name for this blog!
    Wish you lots of success and fun with this.

  2. What a brilliant idea and fantastic name. Are all your recipes going to be vegetarian? Good luck.

  3. Yael,
    I am just learning about Za’atar, sesame and spices. Can you shed any light on this? Recipes? Experience? I’ve read that it has the ability to clear the head and school children are often given Za’atar on a slice of bread to eat on the way to school before a big test…

    • Hi Al! I love za’atar! My favorite uses are as a spice rub for chicken, sprinkled on yogurt with nuts and seeds, and mixed into olive oil for bread dipping. Perhaps I’ll put together a round-up of my favorite recipes. But first, I have to replenish my supply!

  4. I like to rub Za’atar and olive oil on pita bread and toasting it in the oven to make toasts. Great in a mezza platter with feta and olives.

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